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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.'
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is sure to emphasize some need
in the wardrobe of everyone
can sdpply your every cold
weathrei:; apparel requirement.
ou can elrect atsavihg" on. ev
ery purchase 'at
'rJvLffs; Mufflers; Onvaters; OiyeaterQats;fSftcepsnst3;
Gats; Otorm Snoop 6(ers,slrctics, Sfiemsin-fmedoots;
and Chtmgts; 8hetfandTjQ)f -mdavy CfufrVifsiVlCof
q rJ8' &hrtlandOpencers; GtsuneteSimys; Sweaters -and
veaterGafsitteaJmea7 and iwjined &ovos; i Siornv
phoesjrtiestorm 9tuMers 'and Srwvoot0iannefi&lcn
anhmeiinyeanasnerp'and Tfeavy Sd( StocJlinS;
Ttoewif Qfiamois andperis.Quiftci
jaceothuring V&ks; Quited-si Dressing
GfflLDREN-r SaksecrinlUn
ovJlittcm: (Qzps and Jfaisr Snow oois;Sodand
WrSts;Jr.OetS;iAuflpe
uitanajaappfiancesrmtdoorames and sportsj' '
While you mark we'll re
mark "Here till one o'clock to-day
with everything men and boys
wear."
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
IsIiMlfofiW The
m. Ml S' rsA i j
Original
Ramie Fibre
Her. U. S. Pal. rif?
A genuine accomplishment in
Hvsienic Science. Recotmizerl and
endorsed by the highest medical authoritiei
el the world ai fulfilling all hygienic re
juirementi in health underwear. High clasi
oealui everywhere.
Wrlit for bookltl and lamalcM.
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broom Street New York
A Belmont Notch "
collar in white striped
Madras. It's an
ARROW
COLLAR
15c, 3 It J5c.
Cluett. Pea body Ac Co.
AMUSEMENTS.
Kf&' OUR WIVES
. Arw (.-oniray or Sex. wild IIK.MIY Ktil.Kf.lt.
LAST WEEK 14,490 PERSONS SAW
THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN
the CENTURY THEATRE I'hnnr H4nu Col.
At Prices from 35r. to II So.
Special Klrctlon Day Matinee To-day, 3:10
AMl'HKMENTS.
1 '. COMAN'l THKATKK.
m. uunun nway & M st
E l!v. N:H -Mats. Today, Wed A Hat.
Klrrtlon Ray Mat. To-day.
The Absolute till r the Year
cm- COHAN 5$
"BROADWAY" JONES
AST0RW'WXV,!T,I!fr- 'jV". 8.15. Mat..
SI'li IAL, IXKI1ION MAT. TO.IKT.
VIRTHR Y! D0UOLAS FAIRBANKS
VICTORY! " , OF THE U. S. A.
i iv i vii i I by JartiM Hcrnard Kaan.
BRAND "C.-JUVa?? tU-" Ave. Uat.To day.
IIMHIJ KDIllft FOY, "Over the niver."
Illi: till
:i w 4ith .si.
LITTLE
l:vrnlngnW:j.MHl.
Tu-day A Sat. 2:11.
SNOW WHITE WS-
and I'.tcr' AtWrnoon extejit Saturday, at 3:30.
A Fairy-Tale flay for Children.
"ANATOL"
BM MwmiM M MM mth
I'll 11 Klecllnn lUsturna at all
UNION SQ.
Hrlth Theatrra
ITom Iwla A "Mike" Donlln.
Wilbur Vlark tr V.ll. u-.n,..
H'wav A lllhSt. 1 Hopv A I.Pf. TnmT.rft. ml..1
TO-XI(illT at ll-pe'l Mldnltlu I'errormance.
COLONIAL I Hlncho Walah. Theo. Uendla
WWkWniflb piayrn, U(Mle CllfT. Avon
It miv It o.'d Hi, IComcdy i, o Carrlllo, oth
ALHAMIRA "J'?MtX Nurses,- ulth Clark
MblinmBim ij iieruman. Hay Cui. Kd.
7lh We A IMSi.lr. Ilpvnarit, mhera.
AI.IIAMUIIA 1IAI.1. TO.MfillT. lle Vaude
ville lllll. Klrctlon Iteturnn. All Seata toe.
IRONY HSSt- 'llllnn Hhw, John I'. Wade
nwnw 3 ,ve. A Co.,Drtholomae's Player.
Dally Man. 35c. i:d. lllomlcll A Co.. othera.
HARLEM
OP. "TIIi: (IRKAT UIVIOK"
III). Illva. IVW, Dally Mat, lo-35c,
DAVID
UCLA SCO
present
AMINKMKNTS.
Etab lltiUEi Mat.Tn diy.Wed. A Sal.3 10.
WITHIN THE LAW
BELASCO l--r-
"mec ctidd TDinunup" hkad any
midd timnn iniunirno v v.ciiitii
"FRANCES STARR
In 1 III: 4'AriK lK IlKCKV.
REPUBLIC I '.vc. IG."jilnU."'l,uUy"1
trmi T !.,., SI. IWed'niid Sal, 3:15.
William Kllloil and David Held.ciiprrneiit
s GOVERNOR'S LADY
UAMMERSTEIN'Si V,.",r, lu" M"
II i . . . V " htl Adams, Kilrm Auir,
I Dally Mala. :a ft .'ur land 15 h,.r Bclh
JUJmXh' '. M!KV ,,X.k ' ""UMAX .
rl'.lertlnn ICelurnhWirf lal Wlff.
n..:.. ATMKWtHll) HKIIIIITS. h. I,
rlVUlP ..A',' 'VAI'T(!AI, HIKIIirrV
O Al.l.TIIIHillH.TH.STAVIAT()IW
TW allemoon at 3 P. M. Takn 8. I. Kerry at
. iUatlery, Aam.zo.,ncluviofwe,o.
r
NOW 11 A. M. to U P. M.
HO
teADrillOfl 25
I Election Ileturna To-night.
HEMPSTEAD PLAINS AVIATION FIELD
(innlcn City. I. out Inland. 'I'lionc. i:ul'
BentJy FLY
and mm m )4y and" undi
onney l'lliriiniij.&o A 135
II. It. N Y
ivo; 3tn; jju.
iunday.
5.UO
AdmUMon 35e.
R I I tl II H'uay A .Ullh HI. Kva. ai H-.30,
O I J M t MATl.N'UI'.liVMItVDAYATSiio:
'l1"' RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
TO.NIGHT -JTiM MiDNiniiT iMiiti oiiM-
aw;ii .-iiuuinu ii-ti I'. M.
J0E WEBER'S I iivAsTii HtHiivs. saj i
""6 "tBKn I Uatlnen 'lo day,
. VKArfc U: THIPjEN
W.L.DOUGLAS
v$3.59SHOES4Se
tv-.'-i
ITM LAROIST MAKKR OF MBN'S ,
f3B0 14 IHOH IN THI WORLD ,
'Look In W.fj.Douirln" store
window! nntl initncctt the very1
Intent fitflhtonN ! also the conserva
Itlve NtvlcK. which have miido W. L.
iLioiiirinn hdoch n noiiKeiioia worn
"everywhere. Shoea In nil lent hem. all
Htvlatu ittirl ahnnat. in Mtiil. main in a11
1' -" r ill mrt-rm a T a mr mm mm m m v
walk of life. If vnu rniilrl visit W. 1j,
iDouirlas Inrire factories at Urookton.Mans..
and see for yourself how carefully W. 10.
i-ouirin hiioch are mnac. von wouiu men un
derstand why they are warranted to lit better,
moK ucttcr. iioia their Nhnne ana wear
longer than any other make for the price.
the aetr 09.00 mho $.bq
mOTM' BHOtM IK THE WORLD
Htm (hat W, I.. Ilnadna nuaari
TAKK NO SUBSTITUTK.
ill K.i.irantiai inoaa r ot roraaiein jaur Tifiniry, rs -r is
CAUTION
BS Nuian ftlrMt.
"85 Itroadway, corner nth Strft.
IS.1 llroailway, cor. 14th St. (t'nlnn Sq.)
1A49 llroadway, corner IMUh Street.
140. Hroadway (Tlmea Square).
9S4 Thlr.l Avenna.
14A3 Third Analu.
303 Third ATanue, comer lOth Street.
2779 Third Ave., bef. 140th & 147th Sta.
S4S Rlfhth Avenaa.
MX Klehth ATenna.
330 Wnt ISatli Street.
: w.i.nontlai ihoaaare ot toraaleln jaur Tlflnity,
wrlta lor eatalor. tV.UDoag las, Brxclloo, Mass.
W.L.DOUGLAS STORES ;
'IN GREATER NEW YORK
BROOKLYN
41 Fnlton Street, corner Pearl Street.
"OS. 710 tl roadway, corner Thornton St.
1307 llrnadway, corner Oatee Arenae.
47S Fifth Avenue, earner 11th Street
1779 Pitkin Avenue. r
JERSEY CITTM Newark Arena. -NEWARK-831
Broad Street.
PATERSON-IM Market SL.oor.Clark
TRENTON 101 E. HtaU Bt.,eor.BreaA
AMfSEMKNTS.
iHIPROPBOWIEI
8nv tM-ttlh. Dally llats.3. DestSeauit. i:v.B.
li:i.1J:lM,',aiayrM
Series of Complete New Sprctaclei.
DAIY' "'way A 30th St. Kvci. S.15.
" llat. To-day and To-morrow.
The Enormous Succeas Repeated
THE POINT OFVIEW
Undoubtedly thu Illicit Play of the Year.
SrKClAI. MAT1N11K TO.DVV. j
election Kctumn read from the state to-nlsht.
.T9thSI.Th3.nr.ll'y Mati.Ti-dav ATo-m'w. I
ST- Th Bllndnitt ( Vlrtut
MuN.,IAN.li:ill S.ti:i.l.'srin "Hhr Sloops,
.-u. i iii,if nmtL.inii i lotonquer.
1
AMTJSBMKNTm.
WINTER URDEN I
Kv.8. Mat.To-dayll. SHOW OF 1812
Kxtra Fralure: Bordoal, In "The First Affair,
nuaWITRIuat.. To-day A To-ra'w. 3:15.
Wail'r 'tamrnwh'a vw ' opera Kxtra
THE DOVE OF PEACE To-day
Words and Lyrics by Wallace Irwin.
rLAinUWC Mats. Wed.. Thurs. A Sat.
LITTLE WOMEN
Special
Mat.
To-day
1ITUT THFaTIE i:vC. juats.Thur.
-rw. n w.. nn.nB H I3 It S'
sat., 2:14.
11 I ITTI F MISC niata Ustra Mat.
Week m mm w.ww ar..w v m
To-day
( a.lno. try .39. i:vs.8:10.Mtv To-lay. To-m'w
(tlMfclir til. I Seal" on Hale. '
II.
Maxlne Klllott'a Th., J'Jlh. tot. Il'v A Aih Ave.
i:vr. .w.uau. NFinY y(INFV
THE MERRY COUNTESS
To-day A To-nrw, 2SM.
MANHATTAN Mat.Tf.ifey
William Collier's t'esnedv. 4lt. r. of iray.
Kh. 8:15. Mats. riUUW'r CIDPT Bl IV
To-ilay, Tbum.. Sat. iRRni O riHOI rs.HI
Orlrlnal
Company
Wf.ST KNU, 135th. V. of th A v. Kves. :I3.
Matv To-day. TUC U1CTCB OF UflllCC
Wed. and Hat. lilC KinyllB TIIK HUJdL
BOUGHT PAID FOR
Plentr of tiood Seats far To.alkt.
Klfrtion lUtumt tend from mitf Wl mutntoM.
Krft:.V TL- 117 L Seats
on
rr
NO
& The Whip
Sale.
43ND
t rST OF
n WAY.
SPECIAL MAT. TO-DAY AT 2 SHARP
-ru-aiiiiiT AT n
Presents
. WITH A CAST OF
PROMINENT STARS,
iQciuatnr
LYRIC
WILLIAM FAVERSHAM
A HPKTA'ULAR PROtit'lTION OF
JULIUS CAESAR
MR. FAVERSHAM FRANK KEENAN
TYRONE POWER FULLER MELLISH
MISS JULIE OPP
AND COMPANY OF 200 PEOPLE
Looiirmt nt Wnited lo A Wetf only, flr.ilj .Voir for Alt Ptrform ntts,
MAT1NKF-S mr.O. AND 8T.
NKW YOltk'S LKADINO T1IKATRKS.
ruilir ti'wav A 40ih St. Kres. at H I 5.
CRirinK Mats. To-day. Tom'w A Sat
Matinee fo-dat. To-morrow Sat.
a n 11. in,
I .ANT 3 MATS.
TIIK PFIIPLKXED Ut fltSAgw.
Nat 0 mm m In the 4 Art Drama
AZ IMOVA OF.1XA DONNA
JOHN DREW
I YrPIIII lh Ht. l!vf. 830 Sharp,
k I wCURf To-dar. Thurn. . Sal. 2:1
Matlnf To-day, Thura. V Hat.
vrrvuuu
II nA In art
hatr ".Tribune
In TIIK "MIND TIIK PAINT" CilHU.
ibiLUEBURKEgS
filRIIPsf '5'h St . nr. tVwav. F.ves 30.
aiinibiX Mats. To-day. Tom'w A Sat. 3:15.
Mai in.n. t.ii.v. To-morrow 4Y Sat.
in xne
ful play "THE
.inuMMisntJ
WWIDIllTlrlWWIl ATTACK"
Hji lit ury ll- rnteln. Author of "The Thief."
ftNlTFRinilin'nayAlt at. Hves. :IS Mais"
will I EIHUH 'To-day. To-tn'w A Sat. 3.15.
Matinees To-dar. To-morrow m sat.
Bachelors & Beiedicts Ralph Hirz
Fill Tfllll. n'r H'dwaj- live. :!
rULIUnuals.To-dnv,To-m'wASat.?:tJ.
Mntlnees In-day, To-morrow A Sat.
The Yellow Jacket
Chinese drama played In Chinese manner.
HARRIS
43 st. W. irway. l'.ve. :2S.
Mal.To-dav.Thlirs. A Sal. 3:15.
Matinees To-day, Thnrs. Sat.
I AM 's l'it"iia nresnt hl new pisv.
A RICH MAN'S SON
uiinsni! -v
wwwwi.To-day.1
l.ztra F.lrrtlnn Day Mat. To-day
44 III Si. I'.ve, 8 33. llat.
Tr-day. To-in w A Sat. 3:15.
In i:iiner Harris'
in ru ininr
llfl Cn Wini" n.wplay'TItlAI.
MAHKIAtlC"
ilHlf Mtb St., Col. Circle. Kves. 8:30. Mat.
rani To-day. To-m'w A Sat. at 3:30.
I ait B Miht.-l-aat .1 Matinees.
I'Ttra Klrrtlon Dav Mat. To-day.
CLIFTON CRAWFORD Bkstmgirl
Tlmri.. Nov. t4- Seala Nest Monday.
"Till! 1. 1'1'Sl" a new romantic operetta.
II CUI lUCTrDnilf W.42d.St. KveH.(:ll.Mat
nCH nlTIO I InUnm To-day, To-m'w It Sat.
i:tra Matinee lo-dny (Pleitlon Da))
I'ranJ. I t'I'.lf's Mlllrnl Pnmniirp
THE COUNT" LUXEMBOURG
I IIFRTY W.tJdSI. lives H-M. Mat. To-day
lira mm, ' m x
milestones:
To-m'uA.Sat.Wed.Mai.&oo totl.lo
i:tra My. T-iJavirieetlon Uayi.
by Arnold Ucn
nott A IMward
Knoblauch.
KMI Ki:itIIOCKi:it, ll'way A Ulh St.
l;vs. 8:13. Mais. To-day. Tom'w A Sat. 3:15
'il' Mil Word li M..r. 4'nmri
OH! OH! DELPHINE
NOUUN ROUGES
EXTRA MATINEE TO-DAY
OAIETY ,,.!'way' 4S.S'- ',;vs M- u"t Mata
ssnis. i s To-day, To-in'w A Sat, at 23",
LAST S NlflllTS
lUtm Matinee Tu-day,
witn lieorte main av icartard ADeies.
Ni:.T MflNIMYlA New Amerlcanfi (1 H
Scats Thursday, Farce. MsWilli
I fl RF I Mat.Tn.ilay.Tn.m'wASat.3:lS.
k U Dt MONKIOMI.HY A HTONP,
H'wayAMStl KUtlK JAN la
Ktr.at S:IJ. I TUB LADY OP TIIK SUPPER.
METROPOLITAN S5E84
n"'"!. N,,h.1, M""r. Nov. 1 1. at g.
n?.'P2 "0 '.uererla tlorl (debut! .
Duchene: Caruso, SootU. Sefurola. Uada, Itelss
Conductor. Glorclo Polaccn idebut).
Wed. at 1 at).-(loetterdacmmernac. Frrm
sud. Homer. Forn la. Allen. Sparkes: Uurrlan
Orlswold, Well. Gorltt. Cond.rHeru" uumn
Thara. at N.-ileconda. Destlnn. Homer.
nsS?.".'.: K r"1t A.?at2' SXaffrola. Con. Polacco
Frl. at a:l Batter By. Farrar. Fornla- Marl
lln.sootu. Bada. Cond.. Sturanl" '
Comi.?Herti Wt"' wlUie",11' Hlnshaw.
Sale of Seata berlna Thursday at A. M.
habdman I'iaxo uskd.
IMU8ICAL ART SOCIETY:
irrann uamrosch Director?
X of 75 Artlrta. N
X.301D..,',, Aaalversary Tear. i
TWO COXCP.HTS-Dec. 17 and Mar; n.J
I SYMPHONY CONCERTS
T ..FOR TOUNtl PEOPLE.
4 s .. "iZ "ATUItDA Y AFTl'.ll,NOONS.
erL,V. iT-iiV!! i-' ".TitotcM, s
ijiusTanimes now at omces
T. Art sne ety. 1 W. Stth. 4
e e s s4eseeee.I
SYMPHONY
Hix lely of New York
WALTER DAMROSCH, Gonductir
Friday Aft.. Sanday Af""
Nor, M. at 3H0. I Hot. i ft at a
n...-rh.K.W AEOLIAN I HAl'C " 3
nilCTIIOVHN. Oterture. Ignore No. 3- ,d
Symphony Nn ; UAURICi: HAVEL. "Ma
mere I'live" (Mnlh-r Ooosel. Nonfa
Soloist sua ft AB VS9WW.V'
n sa ie.1 a a.
Seala, ui. tu li.&u now on sale
at Ilox office.
NEWMAN
Nnv. 17..
i,An,ir,iiir, iiai.i., lletln'i NOV. 17
I'y.SWALKS
EVENINU8
N2V. 'T Hflll iivn
t. . .Rl'RAL FUANck
,? . III rs 11.11 TO UICKLIN
COURSE SALE NffsJ--a
Ami iivv tmi m.
rlday Kvfnlnsr. No-embir . iTak
SONO BKCnAIKMjlA
"vu nr.iylMLrr.M
LOEFFLER
SOPBANO
Seats tl.ao to ., now at Dpi Offloa.
NF.W AEOLIAN HALL. H4 West ari a.
Next Bat, Aft..Amcrican debiTt ofbo
'floolUAmerlean Vtollilal, LOUIS
E RS INGrE PL
Jlo lo 13, at Box OHIee and from Met u H
Ilanaon. 4.17 4th av,. OTKljRvAV PlANo!
CsHNHOir. HALL, Saaday Aft., N.. In ,t a
PIANO
RECITAL
RUDOLPH
GANZ
a-..T"" -4i.ais11 AAirHI
ncKem, poo, lo mm, now at Hoi onw
I AlINM IP Hill a ai
ZIMBALIST
tsc. vo w. Management Loudon Charlton.
COLUMBIA BURLESQUE
The lUerry-tio-Koiiadere
Ulrnllou llelurna To-nljlil
Smnklof
To day J:IJ
To night 1:14
3e.toL'
!lh AVF H'wayfAII Star Program TO
III AIC:iihSt. NIUHT at 13 MWnlht
' UaUy aU, jalaHrteravtact, a. nturai.
AKOLIAN HALL, Tbitraday Kre v.. .
tllAKI.FS N. (IRAN VILLR S?nV RaSVal'
, ,. " " - nHurrND.
CHOICE SEATS ff.ra
T at I BUS i n-iiPATiii. .....T.Mf.".3
I W'rllBrl I V.V . iv ..J11'' uhha iv,
. 3,3 V. at I'hone 471 llryant.
IRVINQ PLACE fHTRl
'"ly-VveDitAni'"
STAR
RROOKLVN AMt'SKilKNTS. -
iiLi-r,
Jmv JL nil am a .
ruiion St.. URLt.qUi, fiS cy
I US.Jfi
All Men May Be fVinners
-TODAY-at
' Formerly A. T. Stewart tt Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue. Eijhth to Tenth Street.
All Men Who Read Our Men's
Store Advertisement of last eve
ning are requested to read this.
We underestimated yesterday's response to our two
days' Special Election offering of overcoats and suits.
The overcoats are all sold!
We shall, of course, keep faith with our customers,
though the error in judgment will cost us money.
The overcoats we advertised for sale today were $35
overcoats for $22.50 single-breasted, knee-length, belted
back Shetlands.
We are getting in as we write 135 overcoats made of
the same fabrics, 48 inches long instead of 42, and with
convertible collar. These coats are $35 coats and were
to have been sold at $24.50.
They will be placed on sale this morning at $22.50.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.
A FTER you have voted and before you go off to the links
or the open road for your day's recreation, come to the
Men's Store at Wanamaker's.
We have prepared, for the benefit of as many men as we
could arrange it, a practical demonstration of the greater pur
chasing power of money.
Special purchases, every one affording to men an oppor
tunity to put into practice the theories of true economy all men
at heart profess.
A full force of salesmen will expedite selection, so that as
little time as possible may be taken from the outdoor pleasures
of the day.
Men's Overcoats at $22.50,
which, in our judgment, are
worth $35. '
Single-breasted, belted-back
Shetlands thick, soft, fluffy
and warm; shoulders lined with
satin; in blue, Oxford and Cam
bridge grays, and brown and
green mixtures. Shoulders are
natural, cuffs turned back.
Patch pockets and split sleeves
are distinctive features. All
outer seams are stitched twice
in fuarter-inch width; all inner
eams piped with satin.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Bldj.
Greatcoats at $15 that regu
larly sell for $20 and $25.
Single and double-breasted
greatcoats rough finish,
sturdy, all-wool cheviot in
several shades of gray and
brown belted back, split
sleeves, welted seams giving
smart lines to coat converti
ble collar.
In the New Store for Men.
Broadway, corner of Eighth.
Shoes at $3.25; were made
to sell for $4 and $5.
Tan, calf, patent leather,
black kid, button, lace and
blucher. Three high toe styles
in all sizes, mostly 5 to 8.
Four conservative styles In all
sizes. All made for this sea
son's selling.
Men's Suits at $19.50, such
as we would sell, under normal
conditions, for $25, $30, $35.
Conservative sack models in
29 different patterns of chev
iots, cassimeres and worsteds,
of good cold weather weicht.
Patterns that will nnnonl in
men of good taste. Models
that men of fashion desire-
natural lines, with soft laDels
permitting the showing of
either two or three buttons.
as desired. In eveiy respect
$25, $30 and $35 suits.
Shirts at $1 of woven corded
madras, bought by the maker
in accordance with an under
standing had with us, made up
in 12 patterns furnished by
us, each pattern printed in
four tones black, blue, laven
der and gray.
We have no shirtings in out-
regular $1.50 stock to match
these shirts.
Neckties at 50c in 15 plain I
shades of rep silk pure, not
a thread of cotton in it.
We never take a tie out of
a maker's stock.
Always there is some better
thing we insist upon either
improved shape or a better
quality of material.
These surpass any tie we
ever sold for 50c.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Bide.
Boys, Too, May Share in the Election
Day Economies
150 Overcoats at $8.50, $12
to $15 Grades, long, back
belted, all-wool double-breasted
coats with a convertible
collar; serge-lined.
$10 Overcoats, $7.50, all-wool
chinchilla; blue, brown, gray,
oxford; wool-lined; convertible
collar; sizes 3 to 10 years.
Third floor, New Stewart Building.
$8.50 Suits for $6, all-wool;
two pairs of knickers, full-cut
and full-lined; double-breasted
and Norfolk jacket models; 7
to 18 years.
Broadway, coraer EiAhtk.
$7.50 Suits for $5, blue cheviotsall-woolwith
two pairs
full-cut and full-lined knickers
with each suit.
The result of a fore-handed
purchase of cloth before the
remarkable rise in price.
Norfolk and double-breasted
models; sizes 7 to 17 years.
$8.50 Overcoats, $6, long, all
wool rough, fancy mixtures,
single-breasted; 11 to 18 years;
and belted polo coats many
wool-lined for boys of 6 to 11
years. .
roMway, corner r-ignta.

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